Casa Del Queso

Read by Brady Dale

(2.4 stars; 10 reviews)

A group house of twenty-somethings in Pittsburg, Kansas is suddenly rocked when jealousy turns to grief and grief turns to streams of water coming from the face of a former housemate. Can Darrah, the itinerant lesbian, find a way to stop the gushing water and save all the house's wayward husbands and redeem the house? Will infidelity destroy them all? Do any of them ever, ever go to bed? Find out in Casa Del Queso, by Brady Russell.

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Chapter 1: Enter the Lesbian Read by Brady Dale
Chapter 2: How Darrah Got Fired Read by Brady Dale
Chapter 3: Orgasm Read by Brady Dale
Chapter 4: Mr. Happy Read by Brady Dale
Chapter 5: Great Sage, Equal of Heaven Read by Brady Dale
Chapter 6: Wedding Cake Read by Brady Dale
Chapter 7: Juggler Read by Brady Dale
Chapter 8: Cheese Read by Brady Dale


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Arana, thank you so much! I really appreciate it! I was so excited to see this, this morning. The characters probably feel real because, honestly, every single one is based on a real person and the CASA was a real group house in my hometown. Great bunch of crazy guys ...

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Sorry but I did not really like this. Too many characters, no clue as to what the story line was if there even was one. The narration was not so great either. I think maybe the author narrated this, so my apologizes for the criticism. I like to do reviews ...

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isis62, sorry you weren't into it. I thought the story was pretty straightforward. Water starts mysteriously falling out of one of the characer's faces and another one goes out to figure out why. It seems to symbolize anguish, so she goes looking for his often missing wife. That's all. It's ...

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Hey... this is really good. Smarter, funnier and more relatable than a lot of things I've listened to here with a better score. I think Podiobooks just caters more to a sci-fi and fantasy crowd, and I hope you weren't discouraged by a skewed audience sample. I would have loved ...

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i admit, while i was quite weary of the magical realism genre, i was very pleasantly surprised by this book. i enjoyed the characters (i'm a sucker for characters) and the whimsy added a succulent touch to it. i'm currently on my way to russell's website to read more fiction.

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awesome this guy has to have lesbian friends and some real cool other friends this book reminds me of the people i hung out with when i was coming out. dude is way an oracle him self

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Wow, ava, thanks! I'm so glad it meant something to you! Someday, I will finally get another book about Pittsburg up on here. I'm easily distracted. I was very excited to find this comment today!!!

The book might be good but I couldn’t feel a word, the narrator sounded so irri…

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